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The Gospel in a medley of bible verses

This piece of kinetic typology takes us right to the heart of what it means to be chosen by God in Christ. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ486h8k9zk%5D Advertisements

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Economics according to Jesus #3 – debt cancellation

Debt and Jubilee Yesterday I blogged on the total UK savings pot.  But where there are savers there must also be borrowers and debt is an issue which needs to be addressed. UK private borrowing (mortages, car loans, credit cards … Continue reading

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Economics according to Jesus #2 – total savings and generosity

Piles of cash and generosity Yesterday I posted on the paradox of thrift, which is the economic phenomenon of an increase in the savings ratio of the average person during recession (an attitude which exacerbates the effect of the economic … Continue reading

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How Gone has helped me grasp the gospel better

Regular readers of this blog will know the story of Gone, our local rough sleeper, who has been on the streets of the Black Country for 30 years.  Last year, he spent 4 months up to Christmas sleeping under our … Continue reading

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Jesus on Twitter

One of the worship leaders on our youth camp (CPAS Venture @ Edgehill) used this brilliant re-telling of the life of Jesus on Twitter.  Watch what happens to Jesus’ follower stats.  This is so simple, clever and yet very powerful.

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Which way are you sailing?

For many people the Christian life begins by grasping the cross of Christ through repentance and faith. The cross is the starting point, like a harbour in a storm, and then the Christian sets sail. With the cross behind them, … Continue reading

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The gospel in four lines

This is one way I help people grasp the wonder of the gospel: When you stand before God on the great day of judgement and God says to you: “This is my holy law. Now look at your life. How … Continue reading

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